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been found inside. now edward lawrence is in big bear this morning. good morning, edward. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. investigators were just able to going side the cabin this morning and find out there were human remains of a body. they'll have to use forensic testing to positively i.d. exactly who the body is but they do believe it's christopher dorner. sources tell cbs news christopher dorner is inside this bushed out cabin. police cannot yet identify the body, but they do believe dorner was inside when the cabin caught fire. police had the cabin surrounded at the time. >> and there's no indication at all that he escaped during the fire. >> we believe he's still inside the cabin, yes. >> reporter: the police picked up his trail tuesday after someone reported being carjacked. >> mr. dorner jumped out in front of my truck, and he stopped me at gunpoint. he said i don't want to hurt you. he said get out, walk up the road, and take your dog with you. cbs reporter carter evens captured the fire fight on his cell phone camera. two police officers wer
, edward lawrence, begins our coverage from l.a. edward. >> yeah, elizabeth, but the weather is helping at the moment. there's snow on the ground, so police confirm they found footprints in the snow there around the burned car. they did find, they say, is christopher dorner's car up in big bear. the sheriff department said they followed the footprints. they searched the area and have not found him. there's 125 police officers up there right now who are planning on working through the night in order to go door to door and also search the woods up near big bear. police are scouring the mown tans of big bear, california, hunting one of their own. >> certainly it could be anywhere at this point. >> former los angeles police officer and navy reservist is wanted for a shooting rampage that left three people dead, including a cop. >> of course he knows what he's doing. we trained him. it is extremely worry? and scary. >> dorner was fired from the force in 2008. in a document posted on his facebook page, he named 11 people targeted for revenge. the manifest says i will bring unconventional
those folks to go about their business. edward lawrence, back to you. >> edward, do authorities believe dorner had been in the area for quite a while? >> they believe he had been in the area and they believe that the burned-out car found on thursday they think he was just not far from that car hiding in one of the vacant hopes there. they believe if you look out the window from the home, you can see the activity of the police officers because it had a sight line of view of the command post. so they were very shocked to find out that he might not have gone very far at all. >> all right, edward lawrence live in san bernardino county, thank you for the very latest. >>> services are planned this morning for one of the law officers believed to have been killed by christopher dorner. the governor jerry brown is expected to attend the service for riverside police officer michael crane. the 34-year-old officer and former marine was ambushed and killed last thursday morning. crain was an 11-year veteran of the riverside police department. we'll have liv
on thursday. tonight, the search is being scaled back. edward lawrence explains why. >> reporter: for the first time since the murders started, an award is being offered for the capture of christopher dorner. >> this group is posting an award of $1 million for information that will lead to mrs. dorner's capture. and they told the cbs station kpix that they reopened that investigation and agreed to talk to dorner about it. >> if he was to give himself up, then we would be glad to listen to what he had to say. >> reporter: in big bear, california, police scaled back the search for dorner in the snow. the last clue investigators have of his whereabouts was thursday, when the officers found his burned pickup truck near the mountain resort. the search has shifted to rely on information found during the investigation into dorner. a new task force based here at lapd headquarters is the hub for the information. >> help us define dorner before he is able to kill again. >> reporter: his victims are being remembered right now. monica kwon should have been on the bench as an assistant coach.
to get from u.s. to mexico across the border. edward lawrence, back to you. >> there are more than a dozen police agencies working on this. how are they coordinating this effort? >> reporter: an hour ago they announced a joint task force that's going to be headquartered at lapd, calling the it dorner task force, in order to find him. >> thank you, edward lawrence. >>> an increase in reported rapes in berkeley nearly doubled the number in just one year has police and city officials questioning what has changed in the city. kpix 5 reporter knapp is live in berkeley with more on what the numbers could reveal. don. >> reporter: those numbers are really astounding. rapes up 95% one year over another. the highest numbers in five years. but are they really? what's going on? is it just more reporting or in fact are rapes up 95% in berkeley? the spike of 39 cases up from 20 in 2011 was reported to berkeley city council on tuesday according to the "contra costa times" online. >> we are not sure what's behind the increase in record rapes this year. it'
the nominees who didn't get their wish celebrated hollywood's biggest night. edward lawrence for cbs news, hollywood. >> dancing the night away. okay. >>> the clock ticking closer to that next "fiscal cliff" in washington. >> what we can't do is keep careening from manufactured crisis to manufactured crisis. >> and what some of the nation's governors have to say about the crisis after meeting with the president. >> and the last social security checks are going out this week nationwide. but it has nothing to do with the budget crisis. we'll explain coming up. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center meteorologist. can't find any raindrops outside right now but could we soon find some temperatures in the 70s? we'll talk about that coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to add some beauty to your yard get 5 annuals for just $5 at lowe's today. about washington than italy this morning... the dow falling over concerns about the outcome of italy's national vote -- and >>> wall street worried less about washi
, promising revenge against police officers who he believes got him fired. edward lawrence has the latest tonight for wjz. >> reporter: a familiar sight for residents, big bear lake, 90 miles northeast of los angeles. s.w.a.t. team members are going door to door, searching wooded areas blanketed by snow. and even a popular ski area, looking for ex-lapd officer and naval reservist christopher dorner. >> i think he's long gone. >> reporter: they recovered two long-range rifles ai glock handgun and some ammunition. >> my experience with mr. dorner was overwhelmingly positive. i never saw any indications in him that he was violent or particularly aggressive. >> reporter: lapd is on tactical alert and looking forward, planning extra security for the grammys. >> their problems are very interesting. because one problem they have, can they get enough cops to police the grammys is this and everybody has been deployed on this. >> reporter: as police spread out, trying to protect themselves from potential targets, john miller says the momentum may have turned.
. edward lawrence has more on thursday's wild scene. >> reporter: cell phone video shows the las vegas strip moments after a shooting. a multi-car accident sent a fireball into the sky. police say what started as an argument as a casino hotel ended in bullets and flames leaving three people dead. >> what happened is not just tragic but underscores the level of violence that we see sometimes here in las vegas as well as across america. >> reporter: the trouble began at the valet area at one of the strip's casinos. police say words were exchanged. then two cars, an suv and a maserati fled north on las vegas boulevard. that's when somebody in the suv opened fire on the other car. >> the maserati driver having been shot sped through the intersection of flamingo and las vegas boulevard, colliding with a taxi cab and causing a six-car accident. >> reporter: the taxi exploded into a fireball. >> there was a loud boom and then i heard two other booms. >> reporter: the driver and a passenger were killed as was the driver of the maserati identified as an aspiring rapper ke
's home in orange county and removed ten bags of evidence. cbs reporter, edward lawrence, tells us once again the weather is not helping the search. edward. >> reporter: exactly, elizabeth. that search is focused on big bear, an area near a ski resort and they had to stop searching the woods in that area because the snow is accumulating too greatly for them to get through there. now they will start searching again in the morning. however, there are two dozen officers on the mountain near big bear. they are on the roads. they are just waiting to see if they can find christopher. at the moment, there's been no sight of him. the sheriff also confirmed that the tracks around the car, one of the tracks was a pair of skis. they followed that track for six miles. still, no sign of him. >> tactical teams are searching in a snowstorm as the hunt continues for accused killer, christopher dorner. the burned out truck was found east of los angeles on thursday. authorities are trying to search hundreds of cabins over eight square miles. >> we're going to continue searching until either we discove
-up operation than men. edward lawrence reports for wjz. >> reporter: 62-year-old linda dorman had her hip replaced last month. >> i had a lot of pain when i walked. and i couldn't make my leg work right. i didn't have the right kind of gait. >> reporter: a new study in the journal of the american medical association finds that women who undergo a total hip replacement surgery face a 20% higher risk of implant failure in three years than men. smaller implants involve a smaller ball in the socket, which can dislocate more easily. >> females have a propensity to get smaller implants because of their smaller bone and smaller structure. >> reporter: women with metal on metal had nearly twice as many problems as men. >> it may be because they're more sensitive to the metal breaking off and entering the blood stream. >> reporter: the overwhelming majority of those operations, 98%, are successful. >> reporter: still, expert says the food and drug administration should require more festing -- more testing. and will last 15 to 20 years. >> it's not like you can
of big bear, edward lawrence. now back to you. >> edward, a couple of questions. do authorities have any idea how long it's going to take to identify that body they removed from the cabin? >> reporter: frank, they are saying it could be as little as two days or it could be several weeks. it just depends on what kind of forensic tests need to be done on that body to determine a positive id. if it's dental records then it could be done fairly easily but if it's a dna test, they have to send it off and get that completed. >> edward, this manhunt that lasted for days, is there any indication that dorner had help? >> reporter: yeah. at this point that's one of the things they are looking into. they don't believe at this point that he had any help and investigators are looking to see and they made no qualms about it, they said that if somebody did help christopher dorner at any point along the way, that those people will be subject to prosecution. >> hopefully, this saga is over. edward lawrence live in san bernardino county, thank you. >>> governor bro
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a storm over the weekend. >> a $1 million reward brought in a lot of tips. i'm edward lawrence in >>> the man hunt for an accused cop killer in southern california is in his fifth day. >> police are offering a million dollar reward in this case, but edward lawrence reports christopher dorner is hard to catch. >> 600 tips is come in since the l.a.p.d. offered a $1 million reward for former officer, christopher dorner. >> we have hundreds of detectives and investigators that are working on every clue that is coming in. >> but dorner's nowhere to be found. >> a tip that he was stopped at this store turned up nothing. agents are stopping every car crossing the mexican border and the man hunt east of l.a. has been downsized. dorner's burned out pickup was found last week, about two dozen officers continue to search homes and cabins. >> they opened all the doors and looked in, you know, places that are person could be. >> investigators have been on dorner's trail since the killing of a police captain's daughter last week. he is also accused of killing a river side officer on t
are dead, including the gunman. edward lawrence reports for wjz from tustin, california. >>> police cars are parked outside a home in ladera ranch. investigators say it began as a domestic dispute. shortly afterward, there was a carjacking. the driver was not injured, but a bystander was caught. minutes later, this time, the driver was killed. a third carjacking followed. driver was killed and the passenger was critically injured. >>> several gunshots on the freeway, while the suspect was driving on the freeway. or he had stopped and got out of his vehicle, and fired rounds at passing motorists. >>> police have not given a reason for the shooting. >> police followed him to the city of orange. when they tried to stop him, he shot and killed himself. in tustin, edward lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >> the shooting spree lasted about 25 minutes. >>> the man charged with slapping a 25 -- a toddler is in court today. >> reporter: hundley is due in atlanta court today for a hearing on an assault charge. witnesses say he was drunk when he called a 19-mo
. coming up, the reaction from residents. >> argo surprises and wins best picture. i'm edward lawrence, i'll have the highlights from the oscars coming up. >> we have picked up our first problem of the morning an accident on 95. we'll tell you exactly where in just a few. now over to marty. >> she dazzled the world with a gold metal win in the 1992 winter olympics. now she's on coffee with talking about next year's game as. they're about a year away in russia. stay tuned, it's the morning edition and we'll be right back. >>> it's the bottom of the hour. it looks like we're going to have a nice sunrise and one of the cruise ships is coming home to port this morning. sharon has an accident on 95, she will tell you where, marty is over at first warning weather. >> 28 degrees on tv hill. 12 degrees chill ier ier than this time yesterday morning. another beautiful afternoon though. sunshine 47 at lunch on its way to a high of 48. some of you may see in your cars for a quick second this afternoon. >>> if you're about the pull up and head to work or school, here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic c
. edward lawrence is there with the latest. good morning, edward. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. from ben affleck getting his first oscar in 15 years to jennifer lawrence falling on the way to get hers. this was an oscars to remember. this was a party to remember and one oscar himself. >> one gulp of champagne, and i'm gone these days. >> reporter: even the nominees who didn't win appeared to be having a good time. ben affleck, the producer and director of "argo," hat one of the biggest smiles after seeing his name engraved on the oscars. >> i don't get too much into the oscaroloygy and the pontificating. it doesn't help me to read up on that stuff. it's the fourth time he was not nominated for best picture. ang lee took that honor for "life of pi" which won four awards, the most of any movie. the academy awarded daniel day-lewis with the best actor trophy. he's the first male three-time winner of the statue. >> and the oscar goes to daniel day-lewis. >> reporter: meryl streep another three-time winner presented the award. >> i had actually committed to
lawrence. allen, back to you. >> edward, quick question. if he was fired in 2008, are they speculating about what tipped him off now? that's a lot of time that's gone by. >> reporter: well,he was actually discharged on friday from the navy is what a possible motive but this is according to the people -- the experts that i talked with today that it's been festering in him since he was fired from the police force in 2008. he has held a grudge since then. but the trigger could have been -- again, there is no exact trigger -- could have been that he was let go from the military, honorably discharged on friday. >> from the reserves. thank you, edward lawrence in l.a. >>> dorner's manifesto threatens warfare against his former colleagues. in it he writes, "no one grows up and wants to be a cop killer. it was against everything i ever was. unfortunately, this is a necessary evil. the lapd has suppressed the truth and it has now led to deadly consequences. the violence will be high." >>> so far, there's no indication christopher dorner is headed to the b
heavily on helicopters outfitted with thermal imaging equipment. cbs 5 reporter edward lawrence begins our coverage from los angeles tonight. edward? >> reporter: ken, that weather is going to cause problems. that's because at the moment, there were footprints in the snow according to the sheriff. they believe they were from the ex-lapd officer. they were following the footprints. they did not find him. however, if the snow comes in, it will cover whatever tracks he's left, if there are more out there. it also will make it more difficult for the 125 officers who are on the ground going door to door and searching the wooded areas up near big bear. police are scouring the mountains of big bear, hunting one of their own. >> certainly he could be anywhere at this point, and that's why we're searching door to door. >> reporter: former police officer christopher dorner is wanted for a shooting rampage that left at least three people dead, including a cop. >> of course he knows what he's doing. we trained him. it is extremely worrisome and scary. >
. edward lawrence tells us the reward comes as the search for the former cop winds down in the mountains east of la. >> reporter: for the first time since the murders started, a reward is being offered for the capture of christopher dorner. >> this group is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to mr. dorners capture. >> reporter: the former lapd officer murdered three people in revenge for being fired in 2008. in an online manifesto he claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for excessive force. the police chief said he reopened the investigation into that claim and agreed to talk to him about it. >> if he was to give himself up we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> reporter: in big bear police scaled back the search for him in the snow the last clue investigators have about his where abouts was thursday when officers found his burned pick up truck near the mountain resort. a new task force based here at lapd headquarters is the hub. >> help us find dorner before he is able to kill again. >> reporter:
as a murder charge. cbs reporter edward lawrence with more on the manhunt. >>> reporter: more than 600 tips have come in since the lapd offered a $1 million reward for former officer christopher dorner. >> we have hundreds of detectives, investigators that are working on every clue that's coming in. >> reporter: but his whereabouts remain a mystery. investigators have been on his trail since the killing of a police captain's daughter last week. authorities say he also shot and killed officer mike crane, who was sitting at a stop light in his patrol car. >> the void that he leaves in the department is nothing compared to the void that he leaves for his family. >> reporter: prosecutors say they filed murder charges against dorner for the policeman's death. >> given all the resources in a are being expended in his apprehension, that we will bring him to justice. >> reporter: the largest manhunt in lapd history has the department spread thin. thousands of officers are searching for dorner as they also try to protect their own. in an online manifesto dor
is in surgery. live in los angeles, edward lawrence, back to you. >> at last report they weren't confirming that it was dorner or that he was in the cabin. has it been confirmed? >> at this point, they are just saying it's likely that it's him. nobody has seen him but they believe it's christopher dorner in the cabin. but again, nobody has seen him so they will not come out and say for sure that this is him. however, the san bernardino sheriff was out just about 30 minutes ago or so and he said that they believe that this is christopher dorner or they believe that the description matches christopher dorner. >> matches dorner. >> nobody has seen him. >> okay. edward lawrence, thank you. reporter carter evans found himself in the middle of the gun battle between authorities and the man they believe to be dorner. this was his report as those shots rang out. >> authorities have told us we need to stay low for our safety. moments ago we were caught in the middle of this gunfire between christopher dorner and authorities. we're told that two deputies have b
angeles police officer, who threatened warfare against his former colleagues. as edward lawrence reports for wjz, he is accused of killing three people and injuring several others. >> reporter: thousands of police officers are on high alert across southern california. they're searching for an ex-los angeles police officer, accused of several shootings that left three people dead, including an officer. >> of course be he knows what -- of course he knows what he's doing. we train said him. he was also a member of the armed forces. it is extrem extreme -- extremely worrisome and scary. >> reporter: the suspect is former officer and navy reserve, christopher dorner. he was fired from the police force in 2008 for making false statements. >> reporter: the shooting here at riverside left one officer dead and another seriously injured. police say dorner ambushed the officers down there at a red light, and they didn't even have a chance to defend themselves. >> reporter: police say dorner also shot two officers in the nearby city of corona, grazing
. and no sign of christopher dorner. edward lawrence is in los angeles, edward? >> reporter: this will be the largest reward that is going to be offer inside it case in la city history. now, meanwhile there have been no new leads in finding christopher dorner. >> reporter: for the first time since the murders started a reward is offered for the kapture of christopher dorner. >> this group is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will he'd to mr. tkorpber's -- lead to mr. dorner's capture. >> reporter: he murder approximated three people in revenge for being -- murdered three people in revenge for being fired. he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for accessive force. the investigation was reopened into that claim and agreed to talk to dorner about it. >> if he were to give himself up we would be glad to throeufpb what he has to say. >> reporter: in big bear, california, -- glad to listen to what he has to say. >> reporter: in big bear, california, they changed up their search for him. a new task force based here at
boulevard and flamingo road, just outside, the strip's most famous hotels, paris, cesar's. edward lawrence on how it all got started. edward. >> ken, this all started very early this morning, about 4:30 this morning. police have few leads that they are following up on. they have a lot of witnesses and evidence they collected at that intersection for the 15 hours it was closed. cell phone video shows the las vegas strip moments after a shooting and multicar accident sent a fire ball into the early morning sky. police say what started as an argument ended in bullets and flames, leaving throw people dead. >> what happened is not just tragic, but under scores the level of violence that we see sometimes here in las vegas as well as across america. >> the trouble began at the say lay area of one of the strip's casinos. words were exchanged, then two cars fled north on las vegas boulevard. that's when someone in the suv opened fire on the other car. >> the maserati driver sped through the intersection of flamingo and las vegas boulevard, colliding with a taxi cab and causing a six-car acciden
. >>> cbs reporter edward lawrence in las vegas with new information on what started this whole thing. edward. >> reporter: allen, first the coroner is here and removed the body of the victims involved in this. this intersection has been closed since 4:30 this morning. this is flamingo road and las vegas boulevard one of the busiest intersections on the west coast. the three bodies have been removed and police are continuing their investigation to find the person responsible for this. these are the smashed up remains after a deadly shooting on the las vegas strip. burned-out vehicles littered the streets after police say a suspect in a black range rover opened fire at a stop light. the apparent target was this maserati. bullet holes are visible in the windshield. it ak that caused the sports car to smash into a taxi, which ignited a fireball. >> the maserati traveled through what we believe was a red light at a high rate of speed striking several vehicles. one of those vehicles was a local cab that also caught on fire as a result of the impact. >
remains have been found inside. now, everett lawrence is in big bear this morning. good morning, edward. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. investigators, able to go inside the cabin this morn and found out there were the remains of a human body. they'll have to use forensic testing to positively i.d. the body but they do believe it's crist ter dorner. sources tell cbs news christopher dorner is inside this bushed out cabin. police cannot yet identify the body, but they do believe dorner was inside when the cabin caught fire. police had the cabin surrounded at the time. >> and there's. >> no indication at all. the police picked up his trail tuesday after someone reported being car jacked. >> mr. dorner jumped out in front of my truck, and he stopped me at gun point. he said i don't want to hurt you. he said get out walk up the road and take your dog with you. cbs reporter carter evens captured the fire fight on his cell phone camera. two police officers were hit. one is now dead. the other wounded. officials focused their search on the big bear area testify police found his pickup t
list as possible targets for christopher dorner. reporting live south of big bear, edward lawrence. now back to you. >> how long do you think it will take to identify the body at the removed last night? >> reporter: frank, it could be two days or it could be two weeks i'm told other several weeks. it depends on what kind of tests need to be done. they could use the dental test which would take -- it would be a little quicker. if a dna test is needed then it will take several more weeks. >> what's amazing is that the cabin is not far from where police stapled their command post. -- from where police staged their command post. >> reporter: actually, the cabin where they believe he was hiding was not far from the command post. this is the cabin down the hill here that he just ran into because he was being chased by the officers. but yes, they believe that he was within sight. if you open a window in the cabin they believe he was staying in you can see the command post. so, yeah he didn't go very far from where his car was left burning on thursday.
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. >> man trained by vet department he has turned against edward lawrence, for cbs news. >>> that fbi profiler we heard from a moment ago says that dorner may be wearing down >>it's likely that he is making more and more mistakes and in large part because he is now the person that is being hunted. he has no experience with that. he has training with lapd. he has training with the military, but he has never been in the circumstance where people are now looking for him. so there is a lot of stress on him as well. if that continue, he will begin to, i think, make more and more mistakes. >> a los angeles police captain who is on christopher dorner's hit list is taking this threat seriously. captain tancredi says that he has been afraid to leave his home. he chaired the board that stripped dorner of his badge. he refuses to discuss the proceedings saying that they are confidential. >>> three people have been shot in bourbon street in new orleans after the street was crawling with revelers. the shooting happened about an hour ago. three people in critical condition. >>> there has opinion a
and utah in the search for leads. edward lawrence for cbs news, las vegas. >>> a high school football coach blew the whistle on hazing but he is the one who got sacked. now that coach is suing the school saying his firing was unfair. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in the newsroom with more on the lawsuit. >> reporter: michelle, i spoke with chris cerbone's attorney who says this is a classic whistle-blower retaliation. a lawsuit is filed and now it's up to a jury to decide. chris cerbone was a head football coach. he said players told him about sexual hazing between teammates. >> chris learned of activity that he believed reasonably was illegal. he reported it to the proper authorities. and he got punished as a result. that's exactly what california law prohibits. >> reporter: after an investigation into these claims was complete, all other coaches suspended with cerbone were reinstated. he and his attorney believe cerbone was the scapegoat in this situation. cerbone says school leaders told him he was responsible for the students' actions. h
. meteor strikes with such a large impact are rare. edward lawrence for cbs news, los angeles. >> some scientists say the meteor over russia had nothing to do with the massive asteroid that came close to earth about a half hour ago. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in our newsroom and cate, i guess some don't agree. right? >> reporter: that's right, frank. the asteroid though as you said passed by earth a little over half hour ago and nasa says it's the closest one of its kind to approach our planet. we did a little digging to get more information on it. it's known as 2012-d.a. 14. the asteroid is 150 feet and destined for earth's backyard. experts say this is not to be confused with russia's meteor. >> the european space agency has run the videotape backwards tracing the trajectory of this object and it doesn't seem to have a direct relationship between d.a.-14. >> reporter: before you start recalling 1998's film "armageddon," think again. it's not going to impact earth. >> we can say with great confidence there is no chance of it hitting the earth.
. edward lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >>> two people are in custody in connection with the murder of an honor student who sang with her school at the presidential inauguration. she was shot and killed two weeks ago. the shooting happened at a chicago park known for gang violence. police say she was not the intended target. investigators are now questioning two persons of interest in this case. >>> a baltimore county family looks on as their home burns to the ground. the house caught fire today in the 1500 block of providence road. seven people were inside when the blaze broke out. everyone managed to escape without injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> in anne arundel county three people are recovering after a shuttle bus crashes into a pole. it happened at bwi in aviation boulevard and terminal road. it ran into a pole that supports power lines for the light rail. service was delayed while the damage was repaired. two people were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. >>> there could soon be another way to pass your time waiting for a flight
. >> reporter: a man trained by the department he's turned against. in los angeles, edward lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >> he's wanted for three murders, including the death of a police officer, several sitings have triggered big responses, and open fired on a truck similar to his wounding two women. and officers were placed on administrative leave. >>> michelle obama tends the funeral of a chicago girl who was gunned down days after performing for the president. mrs. obama among hundred offense mourners paying their respects to hadiya pendleton today. she was not the target. she performed with her high school major et team at the presidential inauguration. >>> in maryland, a member of a well known political family could be running for office. former governor bob's wife kendall may announce her plans for the executive seat. and is expected to appear, seeking to replace john leopold, he resigned after being found guilty of two counts of misconduct in office. the forum for the replacement will take place thursday at the west county area library in oden
that happened earlier this week. edward lawrence has the latest information from riverside, california. >> reporter: police officers in nine southern california counties are on high alert. they consider themselves possible targets of a former los angeles police officer suspected in two overnight shootings. one police officer was shot and killed in riverside an hour east of los angeles while another was seriously injured. >> our officers were stopped at an intersection at a red light when they were ambushed. >> reporter: investigators say the suspect is former lapd officer and navy reservist christopher dorner who posted an online manifesto threatening police officials and their families. investigators have been out here all morning collecting evidence, even at the crime scene. police are here with their rifles at the ready. police say dorner also shot at to officers in the city of corona this morning. the officers were on special assignment to provide security for police officials who were mentioned in dorner's manifesto. the officers were following dorner in their patrol car when they
christopher dorner. edward lawrence reporting for wjz with more on the massive manhunt for the accused serial killer. >> for the first time since the murder started in southern california a reward is being offered for the capture of christopher dorner. >> this group is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to his capture. >> the former lapd officer murdered three people in revenge for being fired in 2008. dorner claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for excessive force. charlie back told kcbs he reopened the investigation into that claim. >> if he was to give himself up we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> in big bear, california police scaled back the search for dorner in the snow. the last clue investigators have of his whereabouts was thursday when officers found his burned pick up truck. the search has shifted to rely on information found into the investigation of dorner. >> help us to find dorner before he's able to kill again. >> dorner's victims are being remembered. a moment of silence at the cal state women's basketball game becaus
once every two decades. edward lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >>> it shattered more than 1 million square feet of glass. an asteroid also came close to earth today it passed within 17,000 miles of our planet, the closest fly by ever for a rock of its size. chef. >> a woman robbed and stabbed right out side arun dell mills mall in the middle of the day. when the suspect takes off it leads to a wild police chase in the streets of baltimore. megan talks to witnesses caught in the middle megan. >> reporter: well, denise, witnesses saw that suspect drivinger ratically nearly hitting people --er ratically, nearly hitting people, fallowed closely by police. weaving through traffic, a wild police chase ends in west baltimore. >> we were scared for our lives. >> reporter: the driver, 49- year-old bennett was arrested after he crash into this row home. >> we thought he would go right head on into us. he would have killed us. >> reporter: police pursuing bennett after he robbed a 36- year-old woman at knife point in arundel mills parking lot. she was getting
armstrong has decided not to participate in a tell-all interview with the u.s. anti-doping agency. edward lawrence reports that probably means the end of armstrong's career. >> reporter: lance armstrong's lifetime ban from sports will remain in place now that the disgraced cyclist has refuse add way out. the u.s. anti-doping agency or usada gave armstrong until wednesday to talk about it. after two months with the agency armstrong issue add statement on deadline day. he said his client will not participate in usada's efforts to selectively. that demonlize individuals. for more than a decade armstrong strongly denied using performance-enhancing drugs as he racked up world titles including seven tour de france yellow jerseys, but they found evidence that he had doped last year that stripped him of his victories. armstrong himself finally came clean with oprah winfrey. travis tygart said he believed he was going to cooperate but last month he told scott pelley on 60 minutes that such could expose him to civil and criminal charges. >> there's a five-year statute on a
and that is where they believe that he could be hiding out. cbs reporter edward lawrence has more on the latest developments from l.a. >> reporter: california authorities say the search for fired los angeles cop christopher dorner is the most significant manhunt in the state's history. now, they say, they discovered new clues left behind in his abandoned, burned-out pickup truck. cbs learned investigators found two long-range rifles with silencers, cold weather survival gear, night vision goggles and a gas mask. he's accused of ambushing and killing three people over the past week and said in a rambling online manifesto, he's out for revenge from the 2008 firing by l.a.p.d. -- l.a.p.d. the police chief in los angeles is reopening the investigation into the dismissal. >> i'm not doing it to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. >> reporter: an fbi profiler doesn't believe five years after the fact that dorner snapped. >> reporter: think this was a long time in planning, and i believe he fantasized in doing this for a very long period of t
this morning. police are still searching for an suv that raced from the scene. edward lawrence has the story for wjz. >> reporter: these are the smashed-up remains after a deadly shooting on the las vegas strip. burned out vehicles littered the strip after police say a suspect in a black range rover opened fire. the apparent target, this moss ratty. the attack caused the sports car to smash into a taxi, which ignited a fireball. >> the maserati traveled through what we believe was a red light, at a high rate of speed, striking several vehicles. one of those vehicles was a local cab that also caught on fire as a result of the impact. >> reporter: guests in the nearby casinos heard the impact. >> there was a loud boom. and then i heard two other booms. and i looked out my window up here in caesar's palace. i could see the fire ball over here on the corner. >> the driver of the maserati was killed, along with the taxi driver and the passenger in that cab. police are searching for the range rover, which still had paper license plates. investigato
. >> police hope they found christopher dorner. i'm edward lawrence. the latest on the investigation coming up. >> the president lays out his second term agenda before a deeply divided congress. i'm susanne mcginnis in washington. coming up, highlights and reaction from the state of the union address. >> if you're about to head out and need the take the west side of the beltway we have early more significant delays this morning. we will tell you about them and show you a live look in just a few. >> gavin degraw teamed up with folgers. he joins us on coffee with. it's the morning edition and we'll be right back. >>> it is the bottom of the hour and a rather dramatic sunrise is getting set up thanks to that bank of clouds to our south and east. sharon has some traffic troubles, marty is over at first warning weather. >> it's a beautiful morning. 32 degrees right now on tv hill. it's 13 cold er than this time yesterday. moisture down to the south will be here after 2:00. just rain for your afternoon commute. a high temperature after lunchtime 44 of 45. we have some snow coming after 7:00 tonight.
reporter edward lawrence has more on the latest developments from la. >> california authorities say the search for fired los angeles cop christopher dorner is the most significant man hunt in the state's history. now they say they have discovered new clues left behind in dorner's abandoned burned-out pickup truck. investigators found two long range rifles with silencers cold weather survival gear night vision goggles and a gas mask. dorner is accused of ambushing and killing three people in the last week. he said he is out for revenge over his 2008 firing from the lapd. la's police chief told cbs affiliate in an exclusive interview he's reopening the investigation into dorner's dismissal. >> i'm not doing this to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. >> an fbi profiler says she doesn't believe five years after the fact that dorner has snapped. >> i think that that was long time in planning, and i believe that he fants sized about doing this for very long period of time. >> police went door to door near the remote but popular
the day after he allegedly killed two people. cbs reporter edward lawrence is in los angeles with the latest on the investigation. edward. >> reporter: this is a developing story now. lapd police chief charlie beck says he is now going to reopen the investigation that sparked christopher dorner to go on his revenge shooting rampage. the police chief
focused on a major find in the mountains not far from los angeles. cbs reporter edward lawrence has been tracking this case all day. he joins us live from southern california with the late details. edward. >> reporter: liz, they focused on the big bear area because they found the truck that they say belongs to christopher dorner. the san bernardino sheriff confirms there are tracks in the snow that lead away from that -- one set of tracks that leads away from the truck into the woods. they followed that track. those tracks ended and they did not find dorner. there's 125 officers up there going door to door with residents who do live there and they are also searching the area to find him. >> massive manhunt. >> reporter: police say this burned-out car in the mountains of big bear, california, belongs to a former cop-turned- killer wanted for a shooting rampage that left at least three people dead including a police officer. >> of course he knows what he's doing. we trained him. he was also a member of the armed forces. it is extremely worrisome
are trying to check each one of them. >> all right. edward lawrence in los angeles tonight. >>> as an ex-cop, christopher dorner knows the police playbook back to front. sharon chin tells us that makes the job of tracking and tracking him down even tougher. >> reporter: he's believed to be well armed and wearing body armor. but his greatest weapon may be his police and military training. christopher dorner, an ex-cop, navy man, who has declared war on police, a volatile combination, according to rick smith, who now heads investigations in san francisco. >> he's already killed some people. so he's just not talking about it. he's actually taking action and he has the wherewithal, the experience and the equipment to do something about it. >> reporter: san francisco police chief put all of his officers on notice. >> he knows how we move. he knows how we train. he knows what we do. he's already said he's not afraid to die. >> reporter: dorner speaks of his advantage on his online manifesto. he tells the lapd, the violence of action
east of los angeles. cbs reporter edward lawrence say it is weather isn't making it easy. >> officers have ended the search up in the big bear area because the heavy snowfall is making it too difficult to go through the woods in that area. now, there still are two dozen officers that are on the roadways looking for christopher dorner. in that big bear area they will pick up the search again tomorrow morning when the sun comes up and goes through that wooded area. now, the san bernardino sheriff also confirmed some of the tracks around that car were actually made by skis. they followed those tracks six miles, still couldn't find him. >> tactical teams are searching in a snowstorm as the hunt continues. the former police officer's burned-out truck was found near the big bear ski resort east of los angeles thursday. authorities are trying to search huns of cabins. >> we're going to continue searching until either we discover he left the mountain or we find him one of the two. >> police released surveillance photos of him at an la-area hotel january 28th. investigators say his rampage sta
he's turned against. edward lawrence for cbs news, los angeles. >>> los angeles police captain, who is on christopher dorner's hit list is taking the threat seriously. he says he has been afraid to leave his home since he learned that dorner threatened revenge against colleagues he blames for ending his career. he refuses to discuss the proceedings, saying they're confidential. >>> well, there's been a starting increase in reported rapes in berkeley. nearly double the number in just one year. kpix 5 reporter don knapp is in berkeley with more on what police say could be behind those numbers. >> reporter: is it just more reporting or in fact are rapes up 95% from berkeley? the spike was reported to berkeley city council on tuesday. according to the oakland tribune. >> we're not sure what's behind the increase in reported rapes this year. it's too early to tell whether or not it's the beginning of a trend or what. >> reporter: but he says they do know something about the rapes that occur mostly in the housing areas around the campus.
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